The New York Giants are a professional football team that play in the National Football League (NFL). The Giants were founded in 1925 and joined the NFL in the same year. Since 1970 they have been members of the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference. They have had over 30 playoff appearances in their history and have won 7 League championships, including 3 Super Bowl Championships. From their founding until 1955 the Giants played their home games at the Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan, New York City. Since this time they have had 5 other home stadiums. Let’s take a look at where the New York Giants currently play their home games.
Where do the New York Giants Play
Since 2010 the New York Giants have played at the MetLife Stadium, formerly known as the New Meadowlands Stadium. This stadium is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey and was opened in 2010 at a construction cost of $1.6 billion. MetLife Stadium has a capacity of 82,566, which gives it the largest seating capacity of any regular NFL stadium. The Giants share the stadium with the New York Jets, who also play in the NFL. It is the only stadium in the league that is shared by two teams.
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Apart from NFL games the stadium has also hosted concerts and international soccer matches. In 2014 it is scheduled to host Super Bowl XLVIII.